Does A Western Australian Bill Open the Door to Forced Vaccinations? Analysis By Ian Wilson LL.B

The claim has been made, one requiring examination, that a Western Australian Bill has passed, that in principle will open the door to forced vaccination, as COVID officers remove people from their homes, in Western Australia, and across the nation, if the same legislation is passed.

 

https://thecountersignal.com/australia-bill-opens-the-door-to-forced-vaccinations/

 

The Bill in question is the Emergency Management Amendment (Temporary COVID-19 Provisions) Bill 2022. It does not seem to have been passed yet, but has had a Third Reading before the Legislative Assembly. This is what the Act will set out to do, as detailed in the: EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AMENDMENT (TEMPORARY COVID-19 PROVISIONS) BILL 2022:

 

 

“Overview of the Bill. The Emergency Management Amendment (Temporary COVID-19 Provisions) Bill 2022 (the Bill): • amends the Emergency Management Act 2005 to provide for a temporary scheme, to be in operation for 2 years, under which the State Emergency Coordinator may make a COVID-19 declaration in relation to the whole or any areas of the State, and if a COVID-19 declaration is in force, powers can be exercised by authorised COVID-19 officers for the purposes of COVID-19 management; • section 72A of the Emergency Management Act 2005 will operate for the 2-year period that the temporary scheme for the management of COVID-19 is in place, and will be restricted to only apply to a state of emergency for COVID-19; • makes consequential amendments to the Emergency Management Amendment (COVID-19 Response) Act 2020, First Home Owner Grant Act 2000, Local Government Act 1995, Protection of Information (Entry Registration Information Relating to COVID-19 and Other Infectious Diseases) Act 2021, Public Health Act 2016 and the Taxation Administration Act 2003, which account for the temporary scheme for a COVID-19 declaration and powers for the management of COVID-19.”

 

Here is the Bill as passed by the lower House:

 

https://www.parliament.wa.gov.au/Parliament/Bills.nsf/C86644743AE3BBF4482588C3002BA797/$File/Bill%2B84-1.002.pdf

 

The political concerns however, relate to the powers to be given to “Authorised COVID-19 Officers.” For these, essentially COVID police, to have their designated power, a state of emergency with respect to CODID-19 must be declared (section 6 (1) (1A)). This is for a period of two years, which can be extended (77 D (b); 77 E).

 

Authorised COVID-19 officers are authorised by the State Emergency Coordinator during a COVID-19 declaration (section 77 I (1)). The powers include:

 

“77K. Obtaining identifying particulars

(2) Without limiting subsection (1), an authorised 10 COVID-19 officer may, where reasonably required for 11 the purposes of COVID-19 management while a 12 COVID-19 declaration is in force, request a person to 13 give the officer any or all of the person’s personal 14 details.”

 

“77L. Powers concerning movement and evacuation

For the purposes of COVID-19 management while a  COVID-19 declaration is in force, an authorised COVID-19 officer may do all or any of the  following —  

 

(a) direct or, by direction, prohibit, the movement 27 of persons and vehicles within, into, out of or 28 around the declaration area or any part of the  declaration area;  

(b) direct the evacuation and removal of persons 31 from the declaration area or any part of the declaration area;

 

(c) close any road, access route or area of water in 2 or leading to the declaration area;

 (d) direct that any road, access route or area of 4 water in or leading to the declaration area be closed.”

 

If this is thought to be extreme, then the next section basically eliminates private property rights:

 

“77M. Powers to control and use property and related  powers

 

  • For the purposes of COVID-19 management while a COVID-19 declaration is in force, an authorised COVID-19 officer may take control of or make use of  any place, vehicle or other thing.

  

  • The place, vehicle or other thing may be in, or outside, the declaration area.

 

 

  • For the purposes of exercising a power under subsection (1), an authorised COVID-19 officer may enter, or if necessary break into and enter, any place or  

  

  • An authorised COVID-19 officer may direct the owner or occupier, or the person apparently in charge, of a place, vehicle or other thing to give the authorised  COVID-19 officer reasonable assistance to exercise the  officer’s powers under this section.

 

 

(5) An authorised COVID-19 officer may exercise the  powers under this section without a warrant or the  consent of the owner or occupier, or the person  apparently in charge, of the place, vehicle or other  thing.  

 

(6) If an authorised COVID-19 officer takes control of or  makes use of any place, vehicle or other thing under  this section, the authorised COVID-19 officer must  ensure that, as soon as is reasonably practicable in the  circumstances and no later than 7 days after the place vehicle or thing is taken control of or made use of, a  notice is given to the owner or occupier, or the person  formerly in charge, of the place, vehicle or thing  stating —  

 

  • that the place, vehicle or thing has been taken 6 control of or made use of under this section; and  (b) the name of the authorised COVID-19 officer  who has taken control of or made use of the  place, vehicle or thing.”

 

Even more alarming is the power given to the COVID police to control people as detailed:

 

“77N. Powers of officers in relation to persons exposed to 12 SARS-CoV-2 virus

 

  • While a COVID-19 declaration is in force, for the purpose of limiting the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 15 virus, an authorised COVID-19 officer may direct any person who has been exposed, or any class of person 17 who may have been exposed, to the SARS-CoV-2 virus  to do all or any of the following —  (a) to remain in an area specified by the officer for  such period as is specified by the officer;  (b) to remain quarantined from other persons for  such period, and in such reasonable manner, as  is specified by the officer;  (c) to submit to infection prevention and control  procedures within such reasonable period, and  in such reasonable manner, as is specified by  the officer. 28 (2) The period specified under subsection (1)(a) or (b)  must not be more than 24 hours unless —  (a) the State Emergency Coordinator gives the  direction; or
  • the State Emergency Coordinator has given 2 authorisation for a longer period to be ”

 

So, the COVID cops may remove one, no doubt with police assistance, from one’s home to wherever they specify, which could well be specially constructed COVID concentration camps. The claim of having to “submit to infection prevention and control procedures,” clearly could be interpreted, and will be, in a vax-mad state, to submit to whatever vaccine is on the go at the time. Hence the claim of the possibility of a forced COVID vax seems an open interpretation.

 

In conclusion, the site is right, as is the video linked to it. Western Australia is a COVID totalitarian state, and other states could follow. Instead of a referendum about “the Voice,” we need real constitutional freedoms, such as a right not to be forced to submit to forced medical procedures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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